Nora shows up at Renee’s place to give her back her shit. Nora gets there and Renee opens the door to sweetly say “hey”. Wha?? Nora gives her “$750” cash and a suitcase of clothes. Nora tries to book it and Renee verbally accosts her and tells her to sit down for a nice chat. Nora tries to leave, because she doesn’t feel comfortable talking anywhere but in a public place with food and/or drinks. They start out by arguing who has more to get off their chest. By the looks of it, it’s probably Renee.
Nothing will be said that’s of any value. They just scream at each other in a stream of bleeps. Basically what I gathered from this is that Nora was told that Renee’s daughter was sick and that’s why she was late. Nora thinks that her dad would be ashamed of Renee. Renee thinks that Nora is an alchy.
But, the kicker is when Nora says, “I hope you lose your daughter” as she bolts out the door. What a chicken shit! Wow. That’s low. I severely dislike a few people, but I would never say something like that to them. Unless, of course, I meant it.
Ah, back to normal. Two of the ladies are meeting up for drinks. Pia is ready to let it all out and C-Wow is ready to relieve her conscience. C-Wow tells her that she doesn’t understand why she’s friends with Nora even after hearing that she was out talking smack about her behind her back. They resolved this like two adult women. While I really like this as a person, I’m a little disappointed as a viewer and recapper. Aren’t these shows about blood feuds and grudges?
I got this ring at my satanic cult initiation. Nice, huh?
Renee goes through the bag of used clothes. She’s upset because while she only has three bedazzled jeans and three shirts in the suitcase, she “borrowed her” an entire wardrobe. Who’s borrowing what here? These women really need a refresher on the English language.
So, in her anger she throws away the clothes. I would have done that without the anger. I just don’t ge the whole bedazzled jeans thins. The money is also short, so now I’m totally amused because while Nora was dealing out the bills she was counting it up and came to $750. Dave walks in only to have Renee lay it down for him. Dave seems confused about why she’s mad and blames Nora’s behavior on having a bad day. OK, I get Renee’s upset, but really? You’re telling this all to a dude. Men, in general, can’t grasp our problems with each other. Guys get into fist fights with each other over who is better than who at Medal of Honor and then are completely over it by the time the last punch is thrown. They don’t get lifelong grudges and sneaky digs and they most certainly don’t like to be involved in drama. Dave high tails it outta there and Renee is left with no one to lay on this anger. I feel your pain, Renee. It would kill me to not be able to tell that story in full at least three times and get no response back from the person to whom I’m telling it. That’s the female version of blue balls.
C-Wow goes to a lounge to tell her dad about her divorce. I hope some punches get thrown or someone lights someone else on fire, because I’m getting really bored. She first asks him about his rap sheet. It’s crazy, because this guy seems like your run of the mill mild-mannered retiree. You would never guess this guy spent half his life in the joint on B&Es.
C-Wow tells him that she’s divorced. She just says, “So, Dad, you know me and Joe are divorced, right?” Well, probably not since you’ve never told him. He’s mad at her for taking vows that she didn’t fulfill – pointing directly to the “til death do us part” bit. In interview she astutely points out the hypocrisy of a man who finds divorce wrong, but spent years in prison for theft. He refuses to discuss the issue, so she leaves. Now, she has to work up the balls to tell her daughter. Oh, yeah! The kid! Yeah, maybe she should know, huh? I mean, America as a whole knows now, so maybe you should tell your daughter.